Queer Liverpool Round-Up // March 19
Well here we are again queers, another month rolls in. As we wave farewell to an unseasonably warm February, don’t let the fog over the Mersey fog up your spirits. Because March is as stacked as your plate on Pancake Day (6 March peeps).
Behold, a huge array of LGBTQ+ events in Liverpool - just have a gander at our queer calendar.
What’s queer and here this month? Check our calendar for the full round-up of LGBTQ+ events in Liverpool, beyond “the scene”.
Getting in there early with our own plug, our LGBTQ+ storytelling event Telling Tales returns on Thursday 7 March at The Bagelry. It’s only a little venue so pre-booking is essential. We’ll be heading down to Beers for Queers afterwards too.
New exhibition Foreign Trade, curated by DuoVision and on at The Gallery, launches tonight (1 March) and runs through until the end of the month. The exhibition explores LGBTQ+ culture and migration.
Let’s get physical! Liverpool Trans are leading a hike in Formby woods on 2 March while Liverpool Roller Birds have an open day on 3 March. Meanwhile, Mersey Marauders F.C. have a regular training session on Tuesday evenings.
Join Open Table for Stories Around an Open Table, an evening of story and poetry from queer people of faith (9 March), with music by Liverpool LGBT Choir, celebrating the growth of the Open Table network across the Diocese of Liverpool and beyond over the past 10 years.
BBC 6 Music is in town with their music festival from 29 - 31 March. Liverpool’s own She Drew The Gun, featuring celesbian lead signer Louisa Roach, is playing on the Saturday night. Plus Amy Lamé will also be making an appearance!
Finally, fish out those fishnets and get ready to time warp, Film With Pride is screening Rocky Horror Show at FACT on 25 March.